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What Darkness Speaks Of...

Updated on March 25, 2017

Darkness speaks of hidden treasures,

or wide, extended depth measures.


Darkness depicts words unspoken,

unknown news yet to be broken .

Darkness Depicts Hidden Treasures

Darkness describes future unveiled,

or a surprise token fully sealed.


Darkness speaks of uncertain facts,

or deep below ,hollow tracts.

Darkness Describes Future Unveiled

Darkness can be a haunted place,

or a jobless, idle lonely face.


Darkness is gloomy, unkind,

evil eyes creeping behind.

Darkness Depicts Lonely Face

Darkness is where secret lays,

thrilling sequence, fishy ways.


But not only negative darkness show,

only after dark brightness does glow.

Darkness Depicts Secret

Struggle itself is dark and mess,

success comes after darkness.


Darkness exhibits the purple night,

the blind fellow’s inborn eyesight.

Darkness Depicts the Purple Night

God gives us light spark,

while himself staying in the dark.

God's Light in Darkness

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    • Debangee Mandal profile image
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      DEBANGEE MANDAL 5 months ago from India

      Really very kind of you Tamara ..our Christ is great.. He stays in the darkness himself but never forgets to give us a pleasant morning everyday. Thank you once again.

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      Tamara Moore 5 months ago

      Amen! Lovely! Praises to our Lord, Jesus Christ.

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      Luke Holm 6 months ago

      Debangee, nice poem about the different aspects and connotations of darkness. Might I suggest fewer pictures? I feel as though they take away from the overall tone and segment the writing too much. It's interesting that you see darkness in such a negative contrast to light. I've always loved the darkness, as it provides time for reflection and the promise of something better soon to come. Although, I think you touch on this aspect of darkness near the end. Thank you for sharing :) Keep up the good work!